Juniors of Montana and Wyoming
Girl Scout Juniors earn badges and discover what girl power is all about through new activities and by learning to take charge of their own plans. They gain self-confidence as they explore the world in partnership with their troop/group leaders.
Sample activities for Girl Scout Juniors
- Staying at a Girl Scout camp and learning outdoor skills
- Selling cookies to earn money for a trip to a theme park
- Going on a scavenger hunt for neighborhood litter
- Writing to a Girl Scout who lives overseas
- Earning the Bronze Award (LINK)
It’s Your World – Change It! Agent of Change Journey
Power. Everyone’s got it—individual power, team power, community power. There’s a whole spiral of power waiting just for you. Toss in some power stories (and a chatty, power-loving spider) and you’ve got yourself one powerful adventure. Power on!
It’s Your Planet – Love It! GET MOVING! Journey
Energy puts the sparkle in fireworks, the giddy up in a pony, and the oomph in the everyday. So get moving! Energize, investigate, innovate. Get all the energy in your life flowing in the wisest ways.
LINK TO GIRL SCOUT ACTIVITIES, STORIES, AND FUN (ABOVE)
LINK TO GIRL SCOUTS UNIVERSITY (ABOVE)
Independent Registered Members (not belonging to a troop) may participate in Pathways and earn badges; referred to as IRM’s or Juliettes, independent registered members may sell cookies and participate in other Girl Scout activities. Guidelines are available. This is just one Pathway (option) which is available to girls.